All Saints, Tacolneston

TACOLNESTON, commonly called Tacleston, is 5 miles NE of New Buckenham, and 10 miles SW by S of Norwich, and has in its parish 518 souls, and 1396 acres of land, belonging to many owners, the largest of whom are Sir J B Boileau, lord of the manor and owner of the hall, now a farm house; and J T G Browne, Esq, lord of Williams and Earls manors. The Church (All Saints) has a square tower and five bells, and was rebuilt about 1500. The rectory, valued in the King’s Book at £12 has a yearly rent of £545, awarded in 1845 in lieu of tithes. The Rev William Cobbold is incumbent, and Mrs Warren, who has a neat residence here, is the patroness.
William White  History, Gazetteer, and Directory of Norfolk (1845)

Tacolneston baptisms PD 148-70 1538-1609

Tacolneston baptisms PD 148-1 1538-1653

Tacolneston baptisms PD 148-2 1653-1748

Tacolneston baptisms PD 148-3 1748-1812

Tacolneston burials PD 148-70 1538-1609

Tacolneston burials PD 148-1 1538-1653

Tacolneston burials PD 148-2 1653-1748

Tacolneston burials PD 148-3 1748-1812

Tacolneston marriages PD 148-70 1538-1609

Tacolneston marriages PD 148-1 1538-1653

Tacolneston marriages PD 148-2 1653-1748

Tacolneston marriages PD 148-3 and PD 148-5 1748-1812

Further registers for Tacolneston are included in the FreeReg database.